The Science Survey

Schools, such as Bronx Science, closing due to the Coronavirus pandemic, contribute to reduced demand for electricity. For example, hundreds of computers at Bronx Science that are currently turned off, have not been used in months, and help to contribute to a decrease in energy consumption nationwide.

On the Bright Side: Energy Use is In Decline Due to Coronavirus Pandemic

June 17, 2020

On the 'bright side' of things, over the past few months, the world has made great progress on a pressi...

Now that schools and libraries are closed, students have to turn to other sources for education and entertainment.

An ‘Emergency Library’ During the Coronavirus Pandemic: The Battle Between ‘Internet Archive’ and Authors’ Copyright Protections

May 8, 2020

Internet Archive is a digital library that prides itself as “free, universal access to all knowled...

President Trump’s removal of water protection regulations increases his popularity among his supporters, which is crucial for his reelection. “ I don’t think the Republicans will go against Trump but rather support him. They reside more with increasing the profits of business and industry. The environment usually suffers because of this. This is exactly what Trump is doing,” said Jenny Lin ’20.

Removal of Water Protection or Basic Human Rights?

April 7, 2020

The disagreement between consecutive presidents has been a constant battle, but a new regulation set by Pre...

There needs to be an agreement with the public and big tech companies. “I think that SpaceX should find the balance and try to make the satellites less bright, which they're already working on,” said  Raiyan Zannat ’20.

Spot the Difference: Stars or Satellites

March 5, 2020

This might come across as bad news for people who enjoy looking up at the sky with a telescope, but p...

The need to acknowledge anxiety is important in today’s society. “ If more people are aware of it, they can help the kids which in the end would be better for their well-being in the future,” said Ashley Chan ’20.

Believe in Your Guts: A Review of Raina Telgemeier’s New Graphic Novel

November 24, 2019

Students might know Raina Telgemeier from graphic novels like ‘Smile’ and ‘The Baby-Sitters Club....

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